100 Acts of Service

Join us this spring as we demonstrate our love for Birmingham through community service. The Junior League of Birmingham is coordinating service opportunities for our members and our friends in the community to honor our 100th year. These 100 acts of service will take place from January to April 2022.

League Member Acts of Service:

  • Deliver a refrigerator to the Woodlawn Foundation for our Second Servings food recovery initiative
  • Serve lunch and dinner to the men of the Firehouse Shelter
  • Host Beeson Senior Citizen lunch at Avondale Samaritan Place
  • Serve as Litter Gitters for the Freshwater Land Trust
  • Donate items for the BJCC Warming Station
  • Serve at the Food Bank
  • Host a water station at the MLK Fun Run, Mercedes Race, & Red Shoe Run
  • Assist with set-up for Birmingham Talks’ office
  • Collect sports equipment for local youth sports groups
  • Deliver care packages to local emergency departments
  • Assemble feminine hygiene kits for local schools
  • Provide toiletry bags to local shelters
  • Pack gift books for Better Basics, Birmingham Reads

Community Opportunities:

  • Run in the MLK Fun Run – January 15, 2022
  • Upgrade and beautify the baseball field at Inglenook Elementary School – January 17, 2022
  • Landscape and beautify One Place – January 23, 2022
  • Donate blood at the Junior League Building – February 12, 2022
  • Inglenook educational event – March 5, 2022
  • Clean-up the Freshwater Land Trust building – March 13, 2022
  • Assist with landscaping at JBS Mental Health Authority – April of 2022
  • Participate in the Red Shoe Run – April 9, 2022
  • Provide maintenance for Red Rock Trail – April 9, 2022


If you have an idea for a service project, please complete this form.

Service projects should:

  • Be located in the Birmingham metro area
  • Provide a hand-on experience for our members

Service projects should not:

  • Be for a fundraising event or campaign
  • Require ongoing relationships such as mentoring or tutoring programs

Examples of projects that can be considered – but are not limited to – playground renovation, garden or facility beautification, neighborhood cleanup, serving food to under-privileged, etc. These are only examples, and we are open to any project that can be done within a day and is in line with the mission of the Junior League of Birmingham.